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RECORD NUMBER: 114 OF 2899

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Main Title Apollo County Park Wastewater Reclamation Project, Antelope Valley, California
Author Brandt, Harvey T. ; Kuhns., Richard E.
CORP Author Los Angeles Dept. of County Engineer, Calif.;Municipal Environmental Research Lab., Cincinnati, Ohio.;Environmental Protection Agency, San Francisco, Calif. Region IX.
Publisher Municipal Environmental Research Lab., Off. of Research and Development. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency,
Year Published 1976
Report Number EPA-600/2-76-022; EPA-WRD-97-01-68; EPA-ROAP-21ASB-008; EPA-17080-GCI
Stock Number PB-252 997
OCLC Number 02474082
Subjects Water reuse
Additional Subjects Water reclamation ; Waste water reuse ; Recreational facilities ; Antelope Valley ; Nutrients ; Algae ; Fishes ; Irrigation ; Water quality ; Sewage treatment ; Filtration ; Flocculating ; Sedimentation ; Chlorination ; Performance evaluation ; Feasibility ; Cost analysis ; Acceptability ; California ; Antelope County Park ; Sewage irrigation ; Tertiary treatment
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EJAD  EPA 600/2-76-022 Region 3 Library/Philadelphia, PA 07/03/1997
NTIS  PB-252 997 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 01/01/1988
Collation xx, 321 p. : ill., maps.
Abstract
The report presents the results of a full scale demonstration project to confirm previous pilot studies and research done on the economics and feasibility of reclaiming wastewater for use at an aquatic park in a semi-arid area. The demonstration project included: (1) The construction of a 1900 cu m/day (0.5 mgd) tertiary wastewater treatment plant and a 22.7 ha (56 acre) park with recreational support facilities; and (2) The evaluation of the treatment system performance and the characteristics of the lake waters as they relate to chemical, physical, and biological quality, algal growth, plant growth, fish pathology, soil reclamation, and irrigation. The completed recreational park, officially named Apollo County Park after the Apollo 11 Capsule, attests of the economic benefits and social acceptability of wastewater renovation. The evaluation studies showed that tertiary treated water is pathogenically safe, esthetically pleasing, suitable for fish life and aquatic sports, and acceptable for irrigational use.
Notes
Issued also as Environmental protection technology series ; EPA-600/2-76-022. Grant no. 17080 GCI, Grant no. WRD 97-01-68. Program element no. 1BB043-ROAP21ASB-Task 008. Final report 1967-1973. Bibliography: p. 232-236.